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Conservation / Restoration Engineers

 

ALLIANCE TECHNICAL SERVICES LIMITED carries expertise to fulfil projects covering all aspects of building conservation and restoration. The thumbnail pictures adjacent shows snapshots of some of the work which Alliance Technical Services Ltd have undertaken.

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1 of 7-LongBarn Pre Work. Restoration of farm buildings. 

Shows the condition of the structure.

2 of 7 - LongBarn Pre Work. Restoration of farm buildings. 

Shows the condition of the structure.

3 of 7 - LongBarn Masonry Work.

Part rebuilding of masonry units, consolidation of masonry, crack repair and lime mortar pointing.

4 of 7 - LongBarn Roof Joinery and floor joists. 

New roof structure including remaking the queen post truss using the existing oak bottom beam .

5 of 7 - LongBarn Internal Floor.

Fitting of new treated floor.

6 of 7 - LongBarn Practical completion.

The project at practical completion.

7 of 7 - LongBarn Practical completion. 

The project at practical completion.

1 of 2 - Biddulph Grange; Restoration of the Batemen Gallery.

Condition before restoration works were undertaken.

2 of 2 - Biddulph Grange; Restoration of the Batemen Gallery. 

After the works were completed.

Garston House Farm.

Site in progress.

1 of 6 - L-Barn Pre Work.

Shows condition of the L-Barn structure.

2 of 6 - L-Barn Pre Work.

Shows condition of the L-Barn structure.

3 of 6 - L-Barn During the Work. 

Part rebuilding of masonry units, consolidation of masonry, crack repair and lime mortar pointing.

4 of 6 - L-Barn Completed Masonry Work.

Masonry work complete, repointed with hydraulic lime mortar and new Birchover stone lintels fitted over openings.

5 of 6 - L-Barn Roof Work. 

New seasoned English oak rafters, ridge board, wall plates and repair to existing King post truss.

6 of 6 - L-Barn Practical Completion.

Structure at practical completion stage of the contact.

1 of 2 - Biddulph Grange; Resroration of the Batemen Gallery. 

Part of the project involved stripping of the existing roof, rooflight structures etc. while retaining the underlying lath/lime-plaster ceiling.

2 of 2 - Biddulph Grange; Resroration of the Batemen Gallery. 

New rooflights were made with secret gutter detail around the perimeter. Tiles were made to match the original profile and colour.

1 of 2 - St John the Baptist RC Church, Ashley (Near Market Drayton) 

The existing roof was stripped, along with rotten rafters and wall plates. Truss ends were cut back to sound material. The underlying historic ceiling was supported during this task.

2 of 2 - St John the Baptist RC Church, Ashley (Near Market Drayton) 

New air dried oak rafters; wall plates and truss ends were made, fitted and jointed where required with mortise & tenon joints with draw dowels. Hot dipped galvanised steel plates were used to splice the new oak ends to the trusses. Supporting scaffolding was adapted to hold the weight of the roof when the truss ends were cut back.

1 of 3 - Biddulph Grange mansion; Restoration works to mansion and rear yard.

Progressive works levelling the land etc.

2 of 3 - Biddulph Grange Mansion; Restoration works to mansion and rear yard.

Progressive works and building of the central feature with salvaged sandstone from the site.

3 of 3 - Biddulph Grange Mansion; Restoration works to mansion and Rear Yard.

The result after completion.

1 of 3 - Burleigh Pottery, Stoke On Trent; Restoration of grade 2* listed bottle oven. 

Mortar samples were taken and sent for laboritory analysis.

2 of 3 - Burleigh Pottery, Stoke On Trent; Restoration of grade 2* listed bottle oven. 

repointing was carried out using the correct constitution of Lime,sand & pozzolans as the results from laboritory analysis. Masonry cracks were consolidated with stainless steel crack tie system and repointed as previously mentioned. New brickwork restraint bands were manufactured and fitted around the circumference of the structure at varying heights.

3 of 3 - Burleigh Pottery, Stoke On Trent; Restoration of grade 2* listed bottle oven. 

The result after completion. A toughened glass capping was fitted at the top.

About Us

Alliance Technical Services Ltd has three fields of operations within the company as listed below and has developed experience and skills within these fields.

The Managing Director and founder of the company, Derek Lowe has been involved in these industries for 35 years both as an employee and company director. Derek's sons Andrew Lowe and Anthony Lowe joined the business as directors in 1999 and 2000 respectively coming from diverse disciplines. Andrew worked with a number of Construction Companies as a site foreman/supervisor and Anthony worked as a project manager and is a qualified quantity surveyor.

Statement Of Intent

It is the Intention of ALLIANCE TECHNICAL SERVICES LIMITED to provide our clients with an honest and superior quality service within the scope of our organisation.

Our intention is to build a base of satisfied and loyal clients who will return to us for all of their requirements within the sphere of our operations.

Contact us

  Address

Alliance Technical Services Limited

Alliance House, 38 Hampton Street

Joiners Square, Hanley, Stoke On Trent

Staffordshire

ST1 3EX

  Telephone

01782206264

   Fax

01782265949